For the upcoming “Futureless” group exhibition, taking place between April 1 and 9 at SomoS Berlin, the SomoS curatorial team is calling for ephemeral installations, durational art pieces, performative lectures/projects as well as discourse-based work and other art forms that deal with topics related to queer/feminist futures.
Melbourne-based multi media artist Corinna Berndt works with sculpture, collage and video. Interested in the tension she observes between physical and digital experiences, her works explore interactions between objects and bodies, thematizing techniques of editing and image manipulation in the process.
Orphaned Memories is a group exhibition featuring Dongyan Chen, Ivetta Sunyoung Kang, Elena Amabili presented as part of the official program of the 48 Stunden Neukölln Festival.
15 – 22 June 2019, 2-7pm
Opening: Friday, June 14th 2019
Berlin-based Italian photographer Elena Amabili explores Socialist architecture, Béton brut, political geography and urban spaces in her melancholy work.
Esben Holk took part in SomoS’ The Beholder group exhibition, with an installation featuring a computer setup screen connected to a live broadcast from FotoKlub Kollektiv gallery, in which characters from The Cyber and Material Character performed actions at the direction of SomoS’ exhibition visitors.
Danish visual artist Aske A. Hvidtfeldt‘s paintings full of Cyborgs explore the look and ideologies surrounding 1920’s industrialism, comparing it to today’s “digital revolution.” His spray-painted works on paper offer an optimistic vision of the “Man Machine.”
SomoS is pleased to introduce new Artist-in-Residence Aske A. Hvidtfeldt, a young visual artist from Denmark. Absurdist, surreal and collage-like, Hvidtfeldt’s airbrushed and inked grayscale cosmology has a distinctly subcultural and irreverent bent. Smartly weaving a web of wide-ranging themes and allusions, involving cyborgs, Metropolis, Kraftwerk, violent politicians, Roy Andersson, Fritz Kahn’s industrialist infographics and […]
Berlin-based independent curator, art historian and writer Elisa Rusca curated the exhibition Future, Now. which opened March 5th 2015 at SomoS in Berlin. I had the chance to meet with her for a little talk about the show, art in general and of course the future. A curator has to think about certain aspects of […]
Choy Ka Fai, Ryo Kato, Yulia Kazakova, Li Hui, Jelena Martinovic, Hojun Song, Elisa Storelli Curated by Elisa Rusca, the group show “Future, Now.” occupies itself with the presence of science fiction in contemporary art. Focusing on the work of seven young international artists, the exhibition celebrates the future in its multiplicities. Artists: Choy Ka […]